Western Trails - Wyoming Collection

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Western Trails explored the adaptability/adoptability of the Colorado Digitization Project model for collaboration among cultural heritage institutions, focusing digitization efforts on a statewide basis. The State Libraries of Wyoming, Nebraska, and Kansas led these explorations. This collection represents the Western Trails contributions from the State of Wyoming.


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Overland Trail Ruts
Overland Trail Ruts Cut Into Stone
Overland Trail Ruts Cut Into Stone
Overland mail in Wyoming
Overview Of Camp Payne Military Post Site
Overview Of The Fort Casper Excavation Site
Overview Of The Fort Casper Excavation Site
Overview Of The Fort Casper Excavation Site
Overview Of The Reshaw Trading Post Site
Overview Of The Seminoe Trading Post Excavation Site
Ox Shoe Found Near Esterbrook
Ox Yoke
P.M.S.S. Company's Vessel "Montana"
Panama
Panoramic View Mortimer Jesurun Ranch, Converse County
Panoramic View Of Douglas, Wyoming
Panoramic of Evanston, Uinta County, Wyoming
Park Latrine
Part of Camp Area Showing Some of the Landscaping -i3102
Part of East Garden Plot
Partially Completed Picnic Shelter At Lake Guernsey State Park
Partially Completed Picnic Shelter At Lake Guernsey State Park
Partially Completed Picnic Shelter At Lake Guernsey State Park
Path Of The Early Explorers
Picnic Shelter At Lake Guernsey State Park
Picnic Shelter At Lake Guernsey State Park
Picnic Shelter At Lake Guernsey State Park
Picnic Shelter At Lake Guernsey State Park
Picnic Shelter At Lake Guernsey State Park
Picnic Shelter At Lake Guernsey State Park
Pictograph Reproduction
Pine Bluff City, On The Prairie
Pipes Found At Camp Payne Military Post Site
Pipes Found At The Seminoe Trading Post Excavation Site
Pixley Ranch, Uinta County, Wyoming
Platte River Dam Site
Point of Rocks - South Pass City Freight Road Trek
Portion Of The Old Ft. Laramie Ruins
Portion of Diary of Samuel Handsaker Written in 1853 While Traveling From Scotts Bluff, Nebraska to Bear River Crossing
Portion of Diary of Samuel Handsaker Written in 1853 While Traveling From Scotts Bluff, Nebraska to Bear River Crossing

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